scofield at omsoft.com
Wed Nov 7 12:06:54 PST 2007
I wondering if the Installfest would be a place where I could get a minor
problem fixed. It's a minor problem for me, but my guess is that the
solution might be complicated. That's why I'm asking.
Some time ago I had Kubuntu installed on my laptop. at a LUGOD installfest.
And it's worked great.
Every once and a while Kubuntu upgrades the kernel. Kernel 2.6.17-11 works
great. But every updated kernel generates an error message of some sort when
Kubuntu boots. For example I used to get an single error message about a
memory problem. The error messages flash so quickly that I cannot read them.
A few days ago I upgraded to Kubuntu 7.10 and ended up with the 2.6.22-14
kernel. Booting generates 3 or 4 error messages that I cannot read.
Everything seems to work okay except that I only get about 40% sound. But if
I want to listen to a CD or something on the web all I have to do is boot
into the 2.6.17-11 and the sound is fine.
This is a minor problem because use my laptop mainly in Windows XP for
business. So I can live with things.
But I was wondering if the problem could easily be fixed at an IF.
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